April 22 Redux: Hannah Lamb-Vines, Lindsey Boldt, The Creatrix
The High Dawn event on April 22 was unfortunately canceled due to COVID-19. We invited the performers to share their work in video form here. Please enjoy poets Hannah Lamb-Vines and Lindsey Boldt, with music by The Creatrix.
Hannah Lamb Vines
Hannah Lamb-Vines is a poet attempting to write a novel about a woman who inexplicably births a sheep dog. She lives in Berkeley, California and edits interviews for Full Stop Magazine.
Lindsey Boldt is the author of Overboard (Publication Studio, 2012) and Weirding (Dogpark Collective, 2022). She was a San Francisco Poets Theater regular, co-editor of Summer BF Press, and now works for Nightboat Books as editorial director. She has been hermiting in the woods of her hometown, Olympia, Washington these last few years, but she likes humans too.
The Creatrix is the futurist sound exploration of Fanciulla Gentile, a queer multidisciplinary artist based in SF.
Small Press Traffic is a Bay Area seedbed for poets who push boundaries in the arts. We present programs, publications, and curatorial opportunities with an ethos of radical inclusivity. Committed to this mission since 1974, we highlight diverse, multidisciplinary, and intergenerational practitioners in our public programs, and prioritize equity, accessibility, and collaboration in our working model. SPT also stewards an archive of small press material produced and circulated in the Bay Area over the last half century.